The final poster for Bill Condon’s The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 will be revealed today and tomorrow, but you are going to have to be patient, and you are going to have to position yourself near Facebook if you want to get all fo the puzzle pieces and form them into one image.

Summit Entertainment has revealed an elaborate marketing scheme that will unveil six sections of the poster over the next 24 hours. The campaign will conclude with the final poster being revealed by Tuesday, 9 a.m. PST on the official Twilight Facebook page. For those of you who have time to kill and want to build the poster as the chunks of imagery are revealed, here’s the official timeline for when segments will be unveiled:
MONDAY, 1:00 PM PT (Tuesday, 8:00 AM - New Zealand) Section #1 revealed at Facebook.com/TwilightMovie MONDAY, 5:00 PM PT (Tuesday, 9:00 AM - Tokyo) Section #2 revealed at Facebook.com/NewMoon MONDAY, 9:00 PM PT (Tuesday, 8:00 AM - Dubai) Section #3 revealed at Facebook.com/Eclipse TUESDAY, 1:00 AM PT (9:00 AM - London) Section #4 revealed at Facebook.com/BreakingDawn TUESDAY, 5:00 AM PT (9:00 AM - Buenos Aires) Section #5 revealed at Facebook.com/EdwardCullen, Facebook.com/BellaSwan & Facebook.com/JacobBlack TUESDAY, 9:00 AM PT (North America) Full, final poster revealed at Facebook.com/Twilight

This seems like a lot of work for a simple poster. I mean, I get it. It’s the final Twilight, and Summit wants to do everything in its power to drag this thing out while it’s still an “event.” But 24 hours to reveal a poster? It’s a little much.

At least you can fill time in between poster reveals by grabbing advance tickets to Breaking Dawn Part 2, as they officially went on sale at various outlets on Oct. 1 at midnight. You can assume that shows are selling out quickly, so if you want to be among that first wave of audiences who see how Twilight concludes, hop online and grab your tickets now.

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